2012-08 Newsletter Hints

The Case: “Lucky” Jim is a world-class runner. While the world looks on, Jim wins his most important race, but trips and falls just past the finish line. Jim is quickly rushed away in an ambulance. The next day a woman shoots and kills him. Given Jim’s fame, his death was front-page news. Although the authorities know who killed him, they make no efforts to arrest or charge the killer.

The Mystery: Why wasn’t Jim’s killer charged with Murder?

Jim’s killer did not break any laws.
Jim fell after racing a distance of 1.5 miles.
Jim broke his leg in the fall.
Jim’s killer is aspecial kind of doctor who practices in Belmont, NY.
Jim is less than 4 years old.

Click HERE for the answer.


















































“Lucky” Jim won the Belmont Stakes, a famous horse race, and his killer was a veterinarian.








{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Mary & Mark Purtle September 6, 2012 at 3:48 PM

You had me going there!

So sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing.
What a wonderful man!
We have been praying for you.

Jan Schroeder September 6, 2012 at 6:35 PM

I like those little mysteries, Steve. Even my husband needed a hint . Turned out same hint that gave us the answer. Thanks for these little mysteries
Also on the serious side. So sorry for the lost of your dad. Really enjoyed reading your story about him and your family. We should all have a wonderful dad like yours. He sure set a good example.
Best Wishes and God bless to you all.
Jan Schroeder

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